Zeke Bentley, our Principal, with Tim Costello, the CEO of World Vision for some 12 years before moving to the new role of chief advocate for World Vision.
Mr Costello gave an enlightened speech at a World Vision dinner held last night in Brisbane, highlighting how World Vision has improved millions of… Read More
Newly engaged to your Australian partner? We can help!
Congratulations are in order to you if you have met the person with whom you wish to spend the rest of your life! Engagements… Read More
We can help with Carer Visas!
Being in a different country far away from your loved ones is always a difficult situation. It’s made even worse when you are no longer… Read More
Bringing your family to Australia
According to the 2016 Census of Population and Housing, one in four people (26%) living in Australia was born overseas. Australians now come from nearly… Read More
Have you been affected by a Migration Decision?
On 6 September 2017, the High Court handed down its judgement in Graham v Minister for Immigration and Border Protection; Te Puia v Minister for… Read More
New skilled visa lists are here: great news for accountants, IT professionals and Civil Engineers!
Exciting news has been announced for General Skilled Migration occupations for the upcoming 2017-2018 year! IT professionals, Engineering professionals and Accountants have great news as… Read More
Newly released Skilled Migration Updates!
When it is said that migration laws are constantly changing, it couldn’t be truer now! New announcements have come to light regarding new processing times,… Read More
Goodbye 457 visa, hello Temporary Skill Shortage Visas!
2017 has been a monumental year so far for changes occurring to most visas; most importantly this includes very big changes to skilled visas. Read More
Top 10 Reasons Why Kiwis should apply for Australian permanent residency NOW (post 1 July 2017)
New Zealand is considered one of Australia’s closest allies, with a common history, culture and geography. Even our military forces (the ANZACS) have been working… Read More
Working Holiday visas now available for applicants up to 35 years of age!
Age limit increased from 30 to 35 years (for 417 & 462 Visas)! Young backpackers have been travelling and working their way around Australia on… Read More